The two-day training will enable the participant to fully understand the role, scope and function of key HR processes, procedures and best practices within the context of dynamic HR theory, culture and technology in private, public and not-for-profit organisations.
Course Objectives At the end of the two-day training, the participant will be able to:
Identify the context and overview of dynamic HR theory, corporate culture and technology.
Define the purpose of HR and people management.
Explain the role and scope of the HR function.
Describe the role of the HR Administrator.
List the features and added value of different HR information systems.
Explain the legislative and best practices on information security and data protection.
Assess own competence on HR Administrator competencies and best practices.
Describe personal development action plan.
Who can benefit from this training?
Experienced, new or potential HR administrator keen to develop knowledge, skills and competence in HR administration and tools.
Duration and Time Two days 9.30am - 4.30pm
The training course takes a blended learning approach and the training methods reflect all four learning styles: Reflector, Pragmatist, Theorist and Activist. There will be facilitator didactic presentations, scenarios, individual and group learning exercises, and discussions.
Context and overview of dynamic HR theory
Corporate culture, HR function and technology
Purpose of HR and people management and development
Role and scope of the HR function
Dynamic HR activities across organisational sectors
Role of the HR administrator
HR information systems
Legal themes, information security and data protection